On Moroccan Time

Morocco. The very name of the country always had a mythical meaning for me. Deserts meet mountains in North Africa. … Read More

The Medina of Fes

The ancient cobbled streets of the Medina in Fes, Morocco, with it’s whirlwind of people, scooters, wheel barrows and donkey … Read More

Quiet Beat of Tangier

Quiet. Not a word I thought I would ever use to describe the infamous city of Tangier, Morocco. Yet apart … Read More

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I Dream of Africa

Elephants wandering in large slow movements across the savannah. Giraffes striding majestically towering above the flat top trees. Lions on … Read More

Hiding a well

“One is a little bit alone in the desert. One is also alone among others.” – Antoine de Saint Exupéry … Read More

We Built Our Own World

Inception. I am in danger of becoming stuck inside this movie. I have watched it three times and it is … Read More

Springboks in the dunes

Apologies for not blogging much lately, battling fatigue, a cold and a headache after pushing myself a bit too much … Read More

Into The Nothingness

I am completely taken aback by wide open desolate spaces. The bigger, wider, more open, more desolate the better and … Read More

Dancing in the Moonlight

“It’s caught me in it’s spotlight. It’s alright it’s alright the moonlight”. A Thin Lizzy hit although I tend to … Read More

Travel Photography

In the words of Monty Python ‘and now for something completely different’ – Travel Photography and Ethno Photography. Bicycle Man, … Read More

Arrakis dunes

To attempt an understanding of Muad’Dib without understanding his mortal enemies, the Harkonnens, is to attempt seeing Truth without knowing … Read More

Patterns in the desert

I wrote earlier about zooming in and picking out patterns in the desert from the air. It works equally well … Read More